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Retail Trade Survey: December 2011 quarter
Embargoed until 10:45am  –  15 February 2012
Tables

The following tables are included with this release. They are available in Excel format from the ‘Downloads’ box of Retail Trade Survey: December 2011 on the Statistics NZ website.

If you do not have access to Excel, you may use the Excel file viewer to view, print, and export the contents of the file.

  1. Actual retail sales, by quarter by industry
  2. Actual retail sales volumes expressed in September 2010 quarter prices, by quarter by industry
  3. Seasonally adjusted retail sales, by quarter by industry
  4. Seasonally adjusted sales volumes expressed in September 2010 quarter prices, by quarter by industry
  5. Retail sales trend, by quarter by industry
  6. Retail sales trend expressed in September 2010 quarter prices, by quarter by industry
  7. Actual retail sales, by geographical region
  8. Actual core retail sales, by geographical region
  9. Seasonally adjusted retail sales, by geographical region
  10. Retail sales trend, by geographical region
  11. Actual retail stocks at end of quarter, by industry
  12. Retail sales summary, by quarter
  13. Retail trade sales deflators by industry, percentage change from previous quarter
  14. Retail trade sales deflators by industry, percentage change from same quarter previous year

Access more data on Infoshare

Use Infoshare, a free, online database to access time-series data specific to your needs. To access the release time series on Infoshare, select the following categories from the homepage:

Subject category: Industry sectors
Group: Retail Trade (ANZSIC06) - RTT

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